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We offer Dual Degree awards in the following subjects:

University of Lincoln AwardKDU Penang University College Award
BSc (Hons) Computer Science  Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/PA8050
BSc (Hons) Games Computing  Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) in Games Programming – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/PA8185
BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Network Technology)                Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) in Computer and Network Technology – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/PA8180
BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Information Systems)      Bachelor of Information Systems (Hons) – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/PA8186
BA (Hons) Accountancy and Finance  Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/PA8034
BA (Hons) Business and Management  Bachelor of Business Management (Hons) MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/PA8388

BA (Hons) in Media Production

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Media Production  – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/ PA8079

BA (Hons) Public Relations

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Communication and Public Relations  – MQR Provisional Accreditation number MQA/ PA8078

More information

Please use the following links to find more information about the University of Lincoln Schools that offer Dual Degree Awards with KDU Penang University College.


School of Computer Science

Lincoln International Business School


Associate Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, Dr David Cobham, receiving a gift of a pewter plate from Dr Chong Beng Keok, Vice Chancellor of KDU (Penang) University College marking the commencement of the partnership between the two institutions


Senior Staff of KDU (Penang) University College and the University of Lincoln at the outset of the new institutional partnership.


Senior managers and faculty of KDU (Penang) University College and the University of Lincoln working together to develop a suite of dual awards to be offered as part of the new institutional partnership


Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, Prof Scott Davidson, presents a cut glass engraved gift to Vice Chancellor Dr Chong Beng Keok to mark the signing of the partnership agreement.


‎Senior Staff of KDU (Penang) University College and the University of Lincoln at the outset of the new institutional partnership. Pictured left to right are Dr David Cobham (Associate PVC for Transnational Education), Dr Kevin Jacques (Deputy Head of the School of Computer Science), Mrs Caroline Connell (Deputy Head of Student Administration), Dr Brian Imrie (DVC of KDU University College), Dr Chong Beng Keok (DVC of KDU University College), Prof Scott Davidson (Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln).


Dr Kevin Jacques, Deputy Head of the School of Computer Science, delivers a guest lecture to computing students at KDU (Penang) University College.


Dr Kevin Jacques, Deputy Head of the School of Computer Science, delivers a guest lecture to computing students at KDU (Penang) University College.


Dr David Cobham, Associate PVC for Transnational Education, delivers a guest lecture to students at KDU (Penang) University College.


Students at KDU (Penang) University College get to grips with the robot arm, developed at the University on Lincoln as part of their studies.


Professor Ian Barnes from the University of Lincoln Business School delivers a public lecture at KDU University College on the topic “Brexit: The UK’s exit from the European Union. What are the implications for Malaysia?”

The talk was attended by students and staff of KDU and the University of Lincoln as well as local business people and members of the local press. The talk proved very popular and everyone left feeling much better informed about Brexit having been greatly entertained by Prof Barnes’ amiable and accessible style of delivery. This was the first in a series of Public Lectures brought about by the Dual Degree partnership.


University of Lincoln students and staff visit KDU to support a summer exchange programme at KDU including attending the KDU International Student Conference. This visit is the first of what is planned to be a series of student exchanges with students of each University able to attend the programmes or summer schools of the other, often at preferential fees to recognise the growing partnership.